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how to display short sharepoint filename in confluence

We have Sharepoint and Confluence linked together. when I post a URL from Sharepoint into Confluence, it inserts a horribly long url (see sample). Is there a way to have that look better? Maybe if it displayed the title of the sharepoint doc, or a truncated version of that url? (I dont want to preview the file, BTW)

We are using the app "SharePoint & OneDrive"; maybe there is a better one that is not to pricey, or maybe I have some setting wrong?

Thanks in advance!Screen Shot 2022-08-04 at 4.51.27 PM.png

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Eugenio Onofre Community Leader Aug 04, 2022

Hi @Craig Duffy

In order to use the Monday.com for Confluence functionality, find the embed link via the share button in monday.com and, after copying this link, you have to type /monday in Confluence, then paste your link in the URL field. The URL must be from the embed type.

Additional information can be found on the official plugin documentation:
https://teamfiles.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/TFD/pages/369492021/Attaching+files+and+folders+to+pages+new+editor

Another option would be for you to type the text you would like to make clickable, select it, and click on the "make a link" icon. Once you click on that icon, that looks like a chain, you will be prompted a popup for you to input the URL.

Regards,
Eugenio

thanks Eugenio- that is getting closer, I guess I will have to use the option to make the text clickable. I dont really like the way the /teamfiles option works, especially when its in a table.

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